"It doesn't matter what people think about cheerleading. If it's something you love to do then that's all that counts."
"Next time someone tells you cheerleading is easy,tell them to do your routine and then get back to you."
"Cheer as hard as you can, be the best you can at what you do becauseremember if you don't think you're good, there's always alittle girl looking up to you, thinking she wants to be like you."
"Cheerleading makes people think differently; suddenly a liberty isn't justa statue in NY, pyramids aren't something you would find in Egypt,and jumps are more than just a game of leap frog."
"It's the glimmer of hope when times are tough. It's a bit more patience whenwe've had enough. It's that thoughtful smile when one's desperately needed.It's that extra push, a reason why we've succeeded. This part of our personalitywhich never fails to strive is the creater of our goals and the source of our drive.We are enthused about life, optimistic about what's to come, because the cheerleaderinside looks for life's fun. It emerges as a friend to lend you a hand. Where does this light come from, where does the ray start?It shines in your mind, but ignites in your heart. The confidence to try, the will to believe,the acceptance of failure and the way to achieve. It's very clse by, it's something we trust.It's the fighter inside, it's the cheerleader within us."
"We practiced for 20 hours, nailed our stunts, decorated lockers for the team, painteda zillion posters, washed 428 cars, practiced some more, got the student bodypumped up at the pep rally, and rode 1000 miles on a drafty bus.But hey, no sweat, we're cheerleaders."
"A good cheerleader is not measured by the height of her jumps,but by the span of her spirit."
Thursday, January 22, 2009 12:16 PM